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Organisation: 
Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)
Country: 
Indonesia
This policymakers' summary of the report, Low Carbon Development Report: A paradigm shift towards a green economy in Indonesia, identifies development policies that maintain economic growth, alleviate poverty, and help meet sector-level development targets, while simultaneously helping Indonesia achieve its climate objectives, and preserve and improve the country’s natural resources.
Organisation: 
Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)
Country: 
Indonesia
This policymakers' summary of the report, Low Carbon Development Report: A paradigm shift towards a green economy in Indonesia, identifies development policies that maintain economic growth, alleviate poverty, and help meet sector-level development targets, while simultaneously helping Indonesia achieve its climate objectives, and preserve and improve the country’s natural resources.
Organisation: 
Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)
Country: 
Indonesia
This report, Low Carbon Development Report: A paradigm shift towards a green economy in Indonesia, identifies development policies that maintain economic growth, alleviate poverty, and help meet sector-level development targets, while simultaneously helping Indonesia achieve its climate objectives, and preserve and improve the country’s natural resources.
Organisation: 
Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE)
Country: 
Mongolia

As part of the PAGE inception phase and a broader stocktaking exercise, ILO has committed to undertake a green jobs mapping study, a mapping study on the employment aspects of greening the economy of Mongolia was commissioned.

Country: 
South Africa

Powerful forces are driving a green economic revolution worldwide, providing in the process a strong lever for broad-based economic development in many parts of the globe, and often re-orienting development trajectories. South Africa, having one of the most carbon-intensive economies in the world

Organisation: 
United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), Instituto de Economía (IECON) de la Universidad de la República
Country: 
Uruguay

Towards a Green Economy in Uruguay: Enabling conditions and opportunities recommends the development of two mixed indicators for Uruguay, one that describes and measures the level of green employment, and one that describes and measures the levels of green investment.